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FINE ARTS. BRITISH INSTITUTION.

FINE ARTS. BRITISH INSTITUTION.

There is little that can command a - very particular share of notice at* the British Institution. The greater proportion of the pieces is landscape, and landscapes seen by . moonlight. How this fancy should have' guided so many pencils, we neither know, nor do we think worth enq
February 8, 1818 - World and Fashionable Sunday Chronicle - London, London, England
 
TO CORRESPONDENTS. On Sunday next, we shall give an original article on thc ,projected Marriages in the Royal Family. Several

TO CORRESPONDENTS. On Sunday next, we shall give an original article on thc ,projected Marriages in the Royal Family. Several

articles have unavoidably been omitted from iCant of room.—We must once more request our readers to order their papers from the several Booksellers and Newsmen . , as it is impossible for us to answer the numerous letters received.
February 9, 1818 - World and Fashionable Sunday Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE WORLD. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1818.

THE WORLD. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1818.

WE this day present to our readers a variety of important and miscellaneous matter. From France we have but little official news; but from private sources of information we are given to understand, that the people only want an opportunity to shew their attachment to the BOURBONS
February 9, 1818 - World and Fashionable Sunday Chronicle - London, London, England
 
COURT OF KING'S BENCH, SATURDAY, FEB. 7.

COURT OF KING'S BENCH, SATURDAY, FEB. 7.

Challenge from Arthur Thistlewood to Lord Viiconnt Sidmoutk. This morning, notwithstanding the unfavourable. state of the weather, the crowd was, if Possible, greater than yesterday. Mr. Justice ABBOTT took his seat on the Bench at half- , past nine, for the purpose of hearing t
February 9, 1818 - World and Fashionable Sunday Chronicle - London, London, England
 
DIVIDENDS.

DIVIDENDS.

Feb. 28. H. J. Emmett and J. Emmett, Gerard-street, Soho, , tailors, at Guildhall.—March 2. J. Trevor and iJ. Richards, Whitchurch, Salop, bankers, Lord Hill Inn, Whitchurch.— March 7. S. Boardman and R. Boardman, Liverpool, merchants ; Star and Garter Tavern, Liverpool.—March 4
February 9, 1818 - World and Fashionable Sunday Chronicle - London, London, England
 
DREADFUL RAVAGES OF THE PLAGUE ON BOARD A BRITISH SHIP.

DREADFUL RAVAGES OF THE PLAGUE ON BOARD A BRITISH SHIP.

The Mary, Captain Catheroe, arrived in the river from Leghorn, on Thursday, and is now in the London Dock. During her voyage she touched at Alexandria, where the Captain took in about sixty pilgrims, to convey them to Tunis. At the time of embarking no symptoms of disease appear
February 9, 1818 - World and Fashionable Sunday Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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February 15, 1818 - World and Fashionable Sunday Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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February 22, 1818 - World and Fashionable Sunday Chronicle - London, London, England
 
DIVIDENDS.

DIVIDENDS.

March 21. W. Whately, Lawrence Pountney-hill, merchant, at twelve, at . Guildhall—March 14. J. P. Thomson, Great Newport-street, engraver, at one, at Guildhall—March 14. J. Smith, Tabernacle-walk, merchant, at one, at Guildhall—. March 14'. J. Champion, Great St. Helens, broker,
February 22, 1818 - World and Fashionable Sunday Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MILITARY ENCROACHMENTS IN THE CITY OF LONDON.

MILITARY ENCROACHMENTS IN THE CITY OF LONDON.

WE have often remarked the partiality which has been displayed by the present Administration for a Military Government. They keep up a Standing 'Army at home and abroad—and a force of four and twenty thousand men to chain down the rising liberty of the French people. Our streets
February 22, 1818 - World and Fashionable Sunday Chronicle - London, London, England